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Dina Asher Smith made an under 20 womens title. Javari second in the 800 metres in
excellent debut in a Senior Cameron leapt 6.41 for gold 2.10.67, only four hundredths
Championship finishing 5th in the under 20 mens contest of a second behind the
in the final of the 60 metres and set a PB in the 60 metres. winner. There was silver too
in 7.37, the same time as Jahisha also won the 60 metre in the 400 metres for Dan
the bronze medallist. Earlier hurdles in 8.81 with Kertis Putnam in a time of 47.88.
she had set a personal best Beswick storming to victory Samantha Milner was 4th
in winning her heat in 7.35. in the mens race in a new in the shot with 11.78 while
Montell Douglas was 6th in best of 8.08. He was also 3rd Megan Southwart was 5th in
the final in 7.40 having timed in the 60 metres flat in 7.02 the 60 metre hurdles final and
7.33 in finishing 2nd in a semi having run a new best of 6.97 Grace Sheppard was 7th in
final in which Dina was 3rd in in the semi final. the 60 metres.
7.39. Grace Sheppard timed
7.81 in the heats. Dina also In the under 17s age group England Athletics Under
ran 23.91 in finishing 2nd in Kerri Davidson had a busy 20, 17 and 15 Indoor
her heat of the 200 metres weekend winning the triple Championships,
but withdrew from the final jump with a seasons best of Birmingham 23rd-24th Feb
as a precaution. 11.62; the long jump with a
personal best of 5.21; and These Championships were
Another to set a personal best running a PB of 8.23 in the highlight of the indoor
was Carolyn Plateau who was the heats of the 60 metres. season with the Clubs athletes
5th in the 800 final in 2.06.19. Emphatic winner of the bringing home eight gold
Lauren Bouchard was 4th in 60 final was Maya Bruney medals. Dina Asher-Smith
her 400 metre semi final in whose time of 7.71 was just dominated the under 20
55.16, while Rachel Dickens two hundredths of a second womens sprints winning both
ran 57.05 in her heat. For the outside her best. More success the 60 and 200 metre titles.
men Dan Putnam ran 48.27 came in the under 15s age Her fastest time in the 60 was
in his heat. James Poole was group where Kate Purser set actually in the heats where she
7th in his heat of the 1500 personal bests in both the ran 7.34 to win easily. This
in a time of 3.54.99. In the long jump and the 60 metres. was a new Championship
field Oliver Newport was 9th Best Performance and 4th
in the long jump with a leap British Universities fastest of all time. It was a
of 6.98. Championships, similar story in her semi as she
Sheffeld 22nd-24th Feb crossed the line in 7.42. She
Surrey Indoor Championships, Tremayne Gilling won the 60 took the title clocking 7.36
Carshalton 16th & 17th Feb metres title in 6.76, having in the final. In the 200 she
More success came at the won his semi final in exactly comfortably won her heat in
Surrey Indoor Championships the same time and his heat 24.09 before setting a new best
at Carshalton in February. in 6.82. It was gold too for of 23.44 to win the Final, well
Emily Martin won the Senior second claim member Lauren inside the Championship Best
Womens long jump with Bouchard as she won the 400 Performance.
a leap of 5.74 which was title in 54.41. Carolyn Plateau Shannon Hylton replicated
one centimetre further than just missed out on making it a Dinas title winning exploits
Jahisha Thomas who took the hat trick of golds as she was in the under 17 womens age
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